Taylor Swift, television journalist Gayle King and soccer star Mohamed Salah are among the six famous faces featured on the covers of Time's annual "100 Most Influential People in the World" issue.
A Florida teenager believed to be obsessed with the Columbine massacre has been found dead in Colorado after she triggered a manhunt by making a "pilgrimage" to the state just days before the 20th anniversary...
Labor has sought to remind voters of the coalition's record on cutting spending, as Scott Morrison doubled down on the cost of Bill Shorten's climate policy.
A former priest at a Brisbane school has had three convictions of indecently treating a boy thrown out by the Court of Appeal.
NRL CEO Todd Greenberg has revealed a conversation with his daughter's friends who told him they were being turned off rugby league helped convince him to push through the game's controversial "no fault" stand-down rules.
Prime Minister Scott Morrison has questioned Bill Shorten's credibility after the Labor leader admitted he should have chosen his words more carefully when he said the party would not increase taxes on superannuation.
Queenslanders have again been warned about the dangers of measles after a man, who travelled to Vietnam, became the latest confirmed case of infection.
Labor's proposed action on climate won't cost the economy but will help it grow in the next decade, according to Bill Shorten.
Brisbane captain Darius Boyd is optimistic James Roberts will be fit to return for Sunday's game at Canberra as speculation swirls around the centre's NRL future.
Tasmania's veteran conservationist Bob Brown has spearheaded an anti-Adani convoy, travelling north to protest the divisive proposed coal mine in Queensland.